Karen Finley became famous more for her social activism than her acting. As an active performance artist in the 1980’s and 90’s, she was involved in a famous lawsuit against the government involving the NEA. She has appeared in a handful of documentaries about that case and the performance art scene at that time. In the mid 1990’s she began doing more mainstream work including appearing opposite Tom Hanks in Philadelphia (1993). You’ll be appear sans pants when you see Karen show off her rack in the documentary Mondo New York (1988) where they shoot Karen doing a live performance in which she appears on stage wearing only some bikini bottoms then proceeds to coat her body in gold glitter, turning her milkers into golden orbs.